Where is the war in Yemen heading and what can outside actors do to end the conflict?
Failed states across the Middle East and North Africa will pose distinctive challenges for U.S. policy in the next administration.
Trust in democracy and its institutions are essential to the democratic process making recent campaign rhetoric in the United States regarding rigged elections all the more troubling.
Donald Trump’s policies on Syria suggest he may favor Assad and has learned little about the country.
“Madkhali” Salafists in Libya are active in the battle against the Islamic State, and in factional conflicts.
The collapse of U.S.-Russian diplomacy and the escalating violence in Aleppo have once again opened the floodgates for ideas on how to intervene in Syria.
As violence grips Eastern Aleppo, few opportunities for peace and humanitarian assistance appear viable.
While Egypt’s uprising has become synonymous with the successful use of social media to overthrow an entrenched authoritarian regime, social media may also have contributed to its failure of the revolution.
Carnegie launches its new blog, Diwan, with a discussion about social activism and media in the Arab world.
Activist groups rarely talk to each other in public, and when they do, their discourses aim primarily at mobilizing support within their own camps rather than addressing each other's concerns.